George Salmon

We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which George Salmon is associated, including EU and UK. Most recently, George Salmon has been quoted saying: “The appointment...will raise hopes that the group can finally get someone to sign on the dotted line.” in the article Ocado says will deliver delayed overseas deal. An other article where George Salmon has been quoted is Miners lift Britain's FTSE into positive territory as BT slumps.

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In many ways the update is more than just resilient. After recently amending the shareholder return plan to include buybacks to take advantage of a depressed share price, the London-focussed housebuilder is now telling analysts to up their profit forecasts for this year and next.

The appointment...will raise hopes that the group can finally get someone to sign on the dotted line.

The revelation that accounting deficiencies in Italy are worse than previously thought is a bitter and, needless to say, unwelcome pill to swallow for BT investors. With news that its Business and Public Sector division is coming under pressure, too, worries about the group's ability to fund its generous dividend policy will surely grow.

With solid increases in average selling prices and legal completions, Persimmon's growth continues despite the uncertainty around the UK's impending exit from the EU. With a healthy balance sheet, demand outstripping supply and no sign of borrowing costs rising in the foreseeable future, Persimmon looks in a strong position.

EasyJet is facing challenging times on a number of fronts, and it's one of the worst performing stocks in the FTSE 100 since the EU referendum.

The decision by the Bank of England to lower interest rates should help to keep mortgages affordable and plenty of other supportive factors will remain. Brits will still want to own homes, whether in or out of the EU, government schemes such as help-to-buy will almost certainly be unaffected, and the U.K. still faces a major housing shortage.

Companies like Unilever, which offer consistent growth even in difficult economic times, have come to be seen by investors as a safe port in a storm.

The market is concerned the housebuilding sector could be in the firing line as a result of the Brexit vote, and while Barratt have plans in place to reduce risk, it's unlikely these could fully insulate the group from a nasty downturn.

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